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Morning Headlines 12/1/2015

Morning Headlines 12/1/2015

Good morning. Here’s the news roundup. We’re looking for Managing Editors for both our Careers and Study sections.

  1. Allen & Overy selected by energy giants to sue Spain in large arbitration claim (Legal Business)
  2. Shire in $5.2bn deal for US biotech NPS (The FT)
  3. Anti-terror bill a threat to academic freedom, MPs tell Theresa May (The Guardian)
  4. Locke Lord and Edwards Wildman complete $675m merger (The Lawyer)
  5. Chris Grayling spends £72,000 of taxpayers’ money to defend ‘unlawful’ prison book ban (The Independent)
  6. Freshfields and Clifford Chance lead on $2bn Ontario Teacher’s Pension Trust energy acquisition (Legal Week)
  7. 2 senators say Petraeus investigation ‘grievously mishandled’ (CNN)
  8. Activists report security company G4S to police over its ‘illegal’ work at Guantanamo Bay (The Independent)
  9. White & Case picks up DX mandate on acquisition of City Link assets (The Lawyer)
  10. ‘Evil’ Cleric Abu Hamza Sentenced To Life (Sky News)
  11. US supreme court takes no action on gay marriage cases – for now (The Guardian)
  12. Celebrity Big Brother: Jeremy Jackson-Chloe Goodman spat probed by police (BBC News)
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